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Dental Concerns

Missing teeth can be caused by a variety of factors, including poor oral hygiene, trauma to the mouth, gum disease, tooth decay, and genetic conditions. In some cases, missing teeth may also be a result of age-related wear and tear. It’s important to address missing teeth promptly as they can lead to other dental problems, such as shifting of the remaining teeth, difficulty chewing, and speech problems.

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A toothache is a painful sensation or discomfort in or around a tooth, usually caused by dental problems such as tooth decay, gum disease, or tooth injury. The pain can range from mild to severe and can be constant or intermittent. Toothaches can be a sign of an underlying dental issue and may require prompt attention from a dentist to prevent further complications.

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Crooked teeth refer to teeth that are misaligned or not in their correct position. This dental condition is common and affects many people of all ages. There are various factors that can contribute to the development of crooked teeth, including genetics, oral habits, and dental trauma.

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Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a bacterial infection that affects the tissues that support and surround the teeth, including the gums, ligaments, and bones. It is a common condition that can range from mild inflammation of the gums (gingivitis) to severe damage of the tissues and bones that support the teeth (periodontitis). If left untreated, gum disease can lead to tooth loss and other serious health problems.

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Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is a condition characterized by the unconscious grinding, clenching or gnashing of teeth. It often occurs during sleep, but can also happen while awake. Teeth grinding can cause damage to the teeth, jaw, and surrounding muscles, and can lead to a range of dental and health problems if left untreated.

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Teeth discolouration is the condition where teeth lose their natural white colour and become yellowish, brownish, or grayish in appearance.

One of the main causes of teeth discolouration is poor dental hygiene, which leads to the accumulation of plaque and tartar on the teeth. Other causes include smoking, drinking coffee, tea, or red wine, consuming foods high in sugar and carbohydrates, aging, and certain medications.

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What our clients say

Google Review

First visit and I was nervous, however I felt very much at ease as Receptionists were calming, and professional. On meeting Damian felt comfortable and he was gentle and caring and Hiliary a competent nurse. Am returning and have no hesitation in recommending the dental practice.

Google Review

I have been coming to Belmont Dental Surgery since around 2 years. They helped fix some issues I had at the start and now I'm always happy to come back for me regular check up, since all of the staff are so friendly & helpful.
They helped me heaps with overcoming my fear of dentist, by being so comforting and all around amazing!

Google Review

My first time at Belmont Dental and I cannot give this practice enough stars. I am always nervous going to the dentist but all of the staff were caring and professional from the moment I made my appointment. I also had the most painless clean in years thanks to the new airflow machine they used.

Google Review

I’ve been seeing Dr Phil at Belmont Dental Surgery for a few years and he has become a great friend. I’m always treated with respect by the staff and the dental experience is always pleasant at the Clinic.

Totes recommend, 10/10!

Google Review

I visited Belmont dental last week a bit nervous about dentist in receptionist I was greeted by a very friendly lady on the way down to my dentist Kevin I had a chat with a very friendly dentist Phil,Kevin put me at ease with his professional approach and attitude I would have no problem recommending Belmont dental to anyone, quality dental service.

Where to find us

Belmont Dental Surgery

171 Belmont Avenue
Belmont WA 6104

Tel: (08) 9277 3837

Public Transport:

There are bus stops (Transperth stop ID 14265 & 14257) directly outside the practice which are serviced by bus numbers 286, 287, 380 and 935.

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